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The day web design changed - From The Digital Barn 2

Kimb Jones
October 06, 2012

The day web design changed - From The Digital Barn 2

There have been moments in our industry when everything changes. Sometimes for better, sometimes for worse.

This talk will look at some examples of this from the inception of the web as a method of sharing scientific papers over the internet to how the smartphone revolution changed how we make websites.

Kimb Jones

October 06, 2012

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